You may or may not remember previous iterations of clevelandada. I have created and destroyed them like sandcastles on a beach in the dog days of July. The blog was devoted mostly to the development and advocacy of urbanism, culture and art in Cleveland. The problem was, I didn’t have the time to catalog everything with the veracity and thoroughness that I had hoped I could. Blogging is hard work, and it seems to me a blog can only be successful when you let readers clearly know the rules: What you will be discussing; how often you will be posting, etc. Unfortunately, I set a blistering pace of multiple posts a day and I couldn’t sustain it. So, I stopped.
I have decided to try again because I think blogs are incredibly important in creating conversations and in sharing ideas. This time, the topics of discussion will be a little more broad, touching upon Cleveland, of course, as well as art, culture and technology. I’d also like to touch upon public relations and marketing because that’s what I do for a job, and I have plenty of opinions on that. I’ll also be posting less frequently: Once a week, I hope. This will enable me to touch on topics I think are most interesting, as well as free up time for me to do other stuff. I’ll write about that here, too!
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